[Sydney, this newspaper] The defendant Robert Xie, who was previously sentenced to life imprisonment in the Sydney Linjiamiemen case, lost the appeal, and the Criminal Appeals Court upheld the original sentence.
On July 2009, 7, a massacre occurred in a villa on Boundary Road in North Epping, Sydney. The police rushed to the scene after receiving the report and found the 18-year-old male owner in the master bedroom, Xie Lianbin’s wife’s uncle Min Norman Lin (Min Norman Lin) The body of his 45-year-old wife, Li Lily Lin, whose face has become completely non-targeted due to the heavy blow.Their 44 and 12-year-old Lin Han Herry and Lin Tao Terry were in another room; in the third room there was the body of Lin Yunli's 9-year-old sister, Yun Bin Irene Lin (Yun Bin Irene Lin).
It is understood that the two children tried to escape.
After 4 trials, the jury found that Xie Lianbin was convicted of murdering 45-year-old Lin Ming and his wife Lin Yunli, their sons Lin Tao and Lin Han, and Lin Yunli's sister Lin Yunbin. The court affirmed the original sentence.
Xie Lianbin appeared in prison via video and covered his face with his hands after the judge announced the sentence.His wife, who had always stood by his side before, attended the trial this time and did not comment outside the court after the trial, and refused to confirm whether Xie Lianbin would appeal to the High Court.
The only surviving orphan of the Lin family, Brenda Lin (Brenda Lin), also appeared in the gallery without comment.
The trial of this murder case lasted seven and a half years. After four juries, the first two juries were terminated halfway, and the third jury was fruitless.Finally, in January 2017, the fourth jury convicted Xie Lianbin, deeming that every "cruel" homicide was the most serious murder. The 1-year-old former otolaryngologist Xie Lianbin was not allowed to parole on five counts of life imprisonment. .
Prior to this, Xie Lianbin and his wife Lin Shu insisted that they were innocent.Last year, Xie Lianbin filed an appeal based on eight reasons, including the judge's wrongful acceptance of evidence from forensic experts, the submission of inadmissible evidence to the jury, and the wrong verdict caused by the evidence.Other grounds for appeal include that Xie Lianbin’s lawyers made the trial unfair through "some acts and omissions", and Justice Elizabeth Fullerton discussed with the jury that "the evidence in real life is different from that in books and television." Misled the jury and so on.
However, on Monday, Chief Justice Bathurst (Tom Bathurst) and Justices Hulme (Robert Allan Hulme) and Jones (Robert Beech-Jones) rejected eight grounds for appeal.The criminal appeal court upheld the original sentence.
The court learned that Xie Lianbin turned off the power of Lin's home in North Eping in the early morning of July 2009, 7, opened the door with a key, entered the Lin's house, and attacked the bedroom with a hammer-like weapon.The court believed that the murderer must be a person who knew the layout of the house very well, so he could walk around in the dark.
In May 2011, Xie Lianbin was arrested.
It is understood that the bloody print on the crime scene matches with Xie Lianbin's ASIC brand sneakers. The surveillance video also captured evidence that he cut the shoe box and rushed to the toilet.The most critical piece of evidence is an obvious blood stain named "Stain 91," measuring 2 cm by 6 mm. It was discovered by the police in Xie Lianbin's garage. It contained the DNA of two adults and two children from the Lin family.
Lin Jun, who was the only orphan surviving in the Lin family murder case and was studying in New Caldonia at the time of the murder, moved to live with Xie Lianbin and his wife.The court learned that before the Lin family murder case, Xie Lianbin had misconducted Lin Jun. Since the Lin family murder case, Xie Lianbin has continuously escalated his sexual assault.
Xie Lianbin did not appeal the sentence. (Child force)
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